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Rl MR3»Sn(n-Bu)3 85% Scheme 10. 53 Generation of Radical Species by Single'Electron-Transfer c s -e c 0. - (fvBu)3Sn • s S"^Sn(rvBu)3 S^Sn(/>Bu)3 16A CR16 C16 OSiMea r^^S OSlMea -MeaSiX •* C X A . "S ^^ Ph 17a Scheme 11. same reaction conditions, the ease of bond cleavage is presumably the main reason for the high product yield from the stannyl dithiane. It is likely that nucleophiles such as silyl enol ether and nitrate ion would attack sulfur atom of cation radical CR16 if the bond cleavage does not proceed smoothly.
Adapted from reference 22 with permission from the American Chemical Society. Radical Intermediates in the LAM Reaction 21 any carbanionic, carbocationic, or tetrahedral addition intermediate in enzymology. Once the product radical 3 as a kinetically competent intermediate was established, attention was directed to the identification of other intermediates in Figure 3. It is thought that radical 3 is the only organic radical observed in the steady state because it is the most stable radical in the mechanism with L-lysine as the substrate.